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In this rarely seen Popeye animated film in public domain, Popeye goes to Mexico on a boat... oh wait, it's a whale. He goes there to meet Olive Oyl. Then, Popeye meets Bluto, and they compete. Then Popeye punches Bluto all the way to outer space!!! To find out more information regarding this film go to its IMDb page at http://imdb.com/title/tt0023819/
This movie is part of the collection: Animation Shorts
Producer: Max Fleischer
Production Company: Paramount Studios
Audio/Visual: Monophonic Audio, Black & White
Language: English (US)
Keywords: popeye; 1933; old; b&w; black; white; olive oyl; bluto; spinach
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Subject: You don't need permission.
The whole point of public domain is that nobody owns it. Therefore, anyone can use it in any way without asking anyone.
SR NJ -
Subject: permission to use footage
Please let me know who I can contact for permission to use footage in an indie music video.
Subject: Love it <3
A Fleischer Classic if i must say so myself. With Billy Costello as Popeye and Bonnie Poe as Olive Oyl.
Subject: Awk!Awk!Awk!Awk! (tooot!)
The 2nd (or 3rd, if you count his Betty Boop debut) Popeye cartoon! Good fun...but is it really PD?
Subject: Re: Classic Popeye
Actually, a dvd HAS come out...
Popeye The Sailor: 1933-1938 is a 4 disc dvd set by Warner Brothers. It contains Popeye cartoons restored from their 35mm masters with original PARAMOUNT title cards, with great picture quality, and may be not cropped (I'll figure that out later) Unfortunately, this dvd is a bit pricey with prices around $45-$65 (new, non ebay), but its worth it to see what people in the 1930s might have saw. About the copyrights, Warner Brothers and KFS (King Features Syndicate) owns the copyrights for MOST of the Popeye cartoons ever produced (except the 1970s-80s hanna barbera ones) (only a handful fell into PD) Popeye cartoons. This happened to the Fleischer and Famous ones because AAP bought the entire popeye library in the 1950s (except the ones currently being produced at the time) after this,
A.A.P. was acquired by United Artists in 1958. In 1981, the library was incorporated into the merger of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and United Artists. Turner Entertainment took over the library in 1986 after Ted Turner's short-lived acquisition of MGM/UA. When Turner sold back the MGM/UA production unit, he kept the a.a.p. library for his own company. Am i specific enough??
Subject: Classic Popeye
Classic 1930s Max Fleischer Popeye! These old black & white films are scarce as hen's teeth. When will we see a DVD set available with full-frame video (not cropped images shown on TV in the 1960s!).
Who owns the copyright to these films?
Subject: Olive Oyl steals the show!
In this cartoon Olive does a long, wacky dancing routine in the cantina that has to be seen to be believed (I still don't believe it). She also knocks Bluto the Bandit cold and continues pounding him even after he's down; all this while yelling for Popeye to rescue her. Most demented. This cartoon, if not the first Popeye cartoon, must be one of the first because many of Popeye's later characteristic antics aren't there yet, such as some sort of picture of power in his arm muscle after eating his spinach. Definitely a different look to the early Popeye. A must see!